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[[Category: Town - Gateshead]]
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[[Category: Pumps and Hydraulics]]
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[[Category: Mining Machinery]]

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of Hawks Road, Gateshead

Pump manufacturers

c. 1910 Company founded by Edward Norman Mackley. Supplied main shaft pumps to collieries, originally reciprocating pumps, later centrifugal pumps.

For much of its life the company was a wholly-owned subsidiary of Clarke, Chapman and Co[1]

Later developed pumps for a range of industries; also developed other products for mines, such as fluorescent lighting and conveyor systems.

1977 Company closed

See Also


Sources of Information

  1. History of Clarke Chapman: [[1]]